Kiziltas completed her B. S. and M. S. degrees in
Mechanical Engineering at the
Middle East Technical University,
, in 1995 and 1998, respectively. She
was awarded a Doctoral Fellowship by the
Mechanical Engineering Department at the
University of Michigan,
in September 1998, when she joined the Computational Mechanics Laboratory and 1 year later the
Radiation Laboratory at
EECS. During her PhD, she worked on extending topology optimization design methods to high frequency electromagnetic applications and the design, analysis and characterization of artificially engineered materials for Radio
Frequency (RF) applications.
In May 2003, she completed her PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering at the
University of Michigan.
After completion of her
Ph.D, she worked as a Post Doctoral Researcher at both the
ElectroScience Laboratory at
The Ohio State University and the
University of Michigan until September 2005. She also coordinated with the Ceramic Research Group at the
University of Michigan on the advanced fabrication of dielectric composites.
She is currently an Associate Professor at the
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences at
Turkey. Her current research interests are design and fabrication of complex engineering systems such as miniaturized mechanical, electromechanical and biomedical devices.
Looking for highly motivated
all research fields.
Interested students are encouraged to apply via
Also, 3D Systems Design and Realization Research
Sabanci University (SU) invites applications for
post-doctoral positions in modeling and fabrication of multi-functional micro/nanostructures.
Sabanci University (SU), a private university located in
offers an outstanding research environment with excellent and internationally competitive facilities. The 3D Systems Design and Realization Research Lab is a part of
University's Nanotechnology Research and
SUNUM is a newly established research center funded by $30 million grants. The Center boasts highly effective multidisciplinary research programs spanning the fields of biology, electronics, physics, chemistry, materials science
mechatronics uniting the interests of research groups based within the Natural sciences, Applied sciences and Engineering programs.
The position requires a PhD in ME, IE, Material Science or Computational Engineering disciplines with significant experience in computer-aided modeling, design and fabrication. Preference
will be given to candidates with material analysis / design and computational modeling skills applied to multi-disciplinary biomedical applications.
Competitive salary and excellent benefits (including on campus housing, lunch and health insurance, conference support)
will be provided.
Please send your
curriculum vitae, names and e-mail addresses of at least three referees and a research statement electronically to Prof.
, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences at